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Naomi Keeru Kithure

Naomi Keeru Kithure

Lecturer

Email: nkithure@chuka.ac.ke

Faculty: Humanities and Social Sciences

Department: Humanities

Biography

Teaching

Outputs

Research/PhD

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
Lecturer of History

WORK EXPERIENCE
2011 to date: Lecturer, Chuka University
1996 to 2010: Graduate Teacher, Mikinduri Girls’ Secondary School

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Ongoing
Master of Arts in History, Egerton University
Bachelor of Education Arts, University of Nairobi

KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS
2010: A history of the Development of Western Education among the Samburu of North Central, Kenya. 1939-1964

RECENT PUBLICATION
1. N. K. Kithure, E. M. E.G, M. W. Muraya, J. Mulati. 2013. The impact of Samburu culture on the development of western education in Samburu community during the colonial period in Kenya. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(21):128-133.
2. Naomi K. Kithure, Eric Mwenda E. G., Martha W. Muraya, Job Mulati, The Impact of Samburu Culture on the Development of Western Education in Samburu Community during the Colonial error in Kenya, pp.128-133
3. Naomi K. Kithure, Godon Omenya: Indegenous Knowledge System Aspects of Samburu Indegenous Education to Kenya. (July 2014) ISSN: 2319-2801. Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary.
4. Job Mulati, Naomi K. Kithure: Sikhs’ Social Role and their Impact in Kenya’s Sustainable Development, 1895-1990

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